Papiers de conférences


Characterization of the membrane protein complexes responsible for reductive dehalogenation

L. Cimmino; J. Maillard; A. G. Duarte; I. A. C. Pereira; C. Holliger 

2022-09-01.  p. 38-38. DOI : 10.1016/j.bbabio.2022.148711.

It takes two times two to tango – cryoEM structure resolution of the membrane-bound tetrachloroethene reductive dehalogenase complex

J. Maillard; L. Cimmino; B. Ekundayo; D. Ni; A. G. Duarte et al. 

2022-09-01.  p. 33-34. DOI : 10.1016/j.bbabio.2022.148699.


Evolution of microbial communities and nutrient removal performances in aerobic granular sludge sequencing batch reactor during change of substrate

A. S. Adler; V. Berclaz; M. Horisberger; J. Maillard; C. Holliger 

2016. Microbial Ecology and Water Engineering & Biofilms Specialist Groups, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 4-9, 2016.


Phage-dependent variability of Candidatus ‘Accumulibacter phosphatis’ populations in aerobic granular sludge

A. S. Adler; O. Cordero Sanchez; J. Maillard; J. Rougemont; C. Holliger 

2015. 6th Symposium Swiss Microbial Ecology Meeting, Ascona, Switzerland, September 10-12, 2015.


Towards Management of the Bacterial Resource for Nutrient Removal in Granular Sludge Biofilm Systems

D. G. Weissbrodt; C. Holliger 

2014. Keynote presentation : 2nd IWA Specialist Conference on Eco Technologies for Sewage Treatment Plants “Eco STP 2014”, Verona, Italy, June 23-25, 2014. p. 491-492.

Modelling bacterial selection during the plug-flow feeding phase of aerobic granular sludge biofilm reactors

D. G. Weissbrodt; C. Holliger; E. Morgenroth 

2014. Poster : IWA/WEF Wastewater Treatment Modelling Seminar, Spa, Belgium, March 30 – April 2, 2014. p. 322-325.

The biofilm granulation mechanisms depend on the predominant bacterial populations involved

D. G. Weissbrodt; T. R. Neu; C. Holliger 

2014. Poster : Biofilm 6 International Conference, Vienna, Austria, May, 11-13, 2014. p. 90-91.


Inoculum origin and adaptation had no influence on biomethane potential results with different substrates

C. Holliger; N. Bachmann; H. Fruteau de Laclos; M. Deront; Y. Membrez et al. 

2012. Oral presentation at the IV International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, San Servolo, Venice, Italy, November 12-15, 2012. p. Abstract 308.

Microalgal carotenoid recovery in a biorefinery approach

E. Pereira Gomes; O. Emery; M. Bagnoud; J-P. Schwitzguebel; C. Holliger et al. 

2012. 3rd workshop COST Action CM0903 “Utilisation of biomass for fuel and Chemicals (UBIOCHEM)”, Thessaloniki, Greece,

Intensity of Light Incident and Photoperiod of LED illumination based system on Scenedesmus vacuolatus growth

E. P. Gomes; O. Emery; M. Bagnoud; J-P. Schwitzguebel; C. Holliger et al. 

2012. 9th European Workshop on Biotechnology of Microalgae, Nuthetal, Germany, June 4-5.


Significance of Rhodocyclaceae for the formation of aerobic granular sludge biofilms and nutrient removal from wastewater

D. Weissbrodt; S. Lochmatter; T. R. Neu; C. Holliger 

2011. Poster : IWA Biofilm Conference 2011, Shanghai, October 27-30, 2011. p. 106-107.


Buffering soil-water acidity in chlorinated solvent bioremediation schemes

D. A. Barry; C. Robinson; E. Lacroix; C. Holliger; A. Brovelli 

2010. 19th World Congress of Soil Science, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, August 1-6, 2010. p. 27-30.


Comparison of the denitrification potential of aerobic granules cultivated with acetate and propionate

S. Lochmatter; G. Gonzalez-Gil; D. Weissbrodt; C. Holliger 

2009. Poster : Biofilm 2009, Davis, Californie, USA, September 13-16, 2009.


Water disinfection by solar TiO2 mediated photocatlaysis: influence of biological and physico-chemical parameters

A-G. Rincon; C. Pulgarin 

2005. 8th Intern. Conference on Solar energy and applied photochemistry SOLAR 05, combined with 5th Intern. Workshop on Environmental photochemistry Enpho 05, Luxor, Egypt, 20-25 February 2005.

Antibacterial textiles prepared by deposition of silver

J. Kiwi; T. Yuranova; A. G. Rincon 

2005. Hygienic Coatings + Surfaces, Paris, 16-17 March 2005.

Mode of action of TiO2 in photocatalytic bacterial disinfection of water: Role of bacterial adsorption on calalyst

G. Gogniat; M. Thyssen; C. Pulgarin; S. Dukan 

2005. 64th Annual Assembly of the SSM, UNIL Mail, Geneva, March 31-April 1, 2005.


Solar water disinfection in a pilot plant in Lausanne-Switzerland: Comparative evaluation of TiO2 and Fe+3 photoassisted processes

A-G. Rincon; C. Pulgarin 

2004. 12th Intern. Symposium Solar power and chemical energy systems, Oaxaca, Mexico, October 6-8, 2004.


Utilisation du rayonnement solaire pour le traitement de la pollution chimique et microbienne dans l’eau: Etat de l’art et Perspectives de recherche en Afrique tropicale

S. Kenfack; V. Sarria; A. Rincón; K. Becker; F. de Alencastro et al. 

2002.  p. 93-106.

Solar treatment as an alternative for water disinfection

A. G. Rincon; N. Adler; P. Péringer; C. Pulgarin 

2002.  p. 19-24.

Solar Degradation of 5-Amino-6-Methyl-2-Benzimidazolone by TiO2 and Iron(III) Catalyst with H2O2 and O2 as Electron Acceptors

V. Sarria; P. Péringer; J. Caceres; J. Blanco; S. Malato et al. 

2002.  p. 489-494.

Etats des lieux du lagunage en Afrique de l’ouest et du centre. Review of wastewater stabilization ponds performances in West and Central Africa.

D. Koné; C. Seignez; C. Holliger 

2002.  p. 698-707.

Effect of Different Physicochemical and Biological Parameters on E. coli Inactivation Using TiO2

A. G. Rincon; P. Péringer; P. Pulgarin 

2002.  p. 453-458.

Assessing design criteria for water lettuce-based wastewater treatment system for BOD 5 removal under Sahelian climate conditions

D. Koné; C. Seignez; C. Holliger 

2002.  p. 191-199.


Reductive dechlorination of chloroethenes: Who is catalyzing the dechlorination of dichloroethene and vinyl chloride?

C. Holliger; C. Delbès; J. Maillard; C. Regeard; C. Seignez et al. 

2001.  p. 107-109.


TiO2 assisted photodegradation of some natural disinfection by-products precursors and its effect on bacterial inactivation

A. G. Rincon; C. Pulgarin; P. Péringer 

2000.  p. 26-27.

TiO2 Assisted Photodegradation of some Natural Disinfection By-products Precursors and its influence on E. coli inactivation

A. G. Rincon; C. Pulgarin; P. Péringer 

2000.  p. 216-217.

Strategy for the coupling of physicochemical and biological processes for the mineralization of bio-recalcitrant industrial pollutants

V. Sarria; C. Pulgarin 

2000.  p. 10.

Overview of chemical risks by drinking water consumption

P. Péringer; A. G. Rincon; C. Pulgarin 

2000.  p. 1.

Le traitement des eaux usées par lagunage: une décennie de recherche à l’EIER

D. Koné 

2000.  p. 53-56.

Anaerobic treatment and valorization into animal feed of wastes from slaughterhouse and catering

Y. Membrez; J-P. Schwitzguébel; B. Dubois; A. Wellinger; D. Descloux 

2000.  p. 195-197.

Anaerobic production and degradation of volatile fatty acids at low temperture

A. N. Nozhevnikova; S. Rebak; S. N. Parshina; O. R. Kotsyurbenko; C. Holliger et al. 

2000.  p. 270-273.

A biotrickling filter to treat chlorobenzene-contaminated waste gas: Inoculum production, performance, and bacteria involved

C. Seignez; V. Bodart; T. Lombardot; M. Stettler; C. Thoeni et al. 

2000.  p. 105-108.


Treatment of Waste Gas Containing Chlorobenzenes in a Bio-trickling Filter

C. Seignez; A. Atti; C. Holliger; P. Péringer 

1999.  p. 53-60.

Strategy for the coupling of photochemical and biological flow reactors useful in mineralization of biorecalcitrant industrial pollutants

C. Pulgarin; M. Invernizzi; S. Parra; V. Sarria; R. Polania et al. 

1999.  p. 93-99.

Human and Environmental Exposure to Xenobiotics: Monitoring Biodegradation of Carbofuran under the Influence of Activated Sludges

J. Fernandez; L. A. Granada; H. M. Gutierrez; M. I. Paez; L. E. Barba et al. 

1999.  p. 293-297.


Photoreactivity of Phenolic Compounds in TiO2 Aqueous suspension. Structure  Reactivity Relationship Observations.

S. Parra; R. Polania; V. Sarria; P. Péringer; C. Pulgarin 

1998.  p. 923-926.

Photochemical Treatment vs a Continuous Coupled Photofenton-Biological Process for the Degradation of a Biorecalcitrant Pollutant: Kinetics and Economic Aspects

C. Pulgarin; M. Invernizzi; S. Parra; V. Sarria; P. Péringer 

1998.  p. 919-922.

A pulse technique for production of adapted biomass for chloro-benzene and 1,2-dichlorobenzene degradation.

C. Seignez; A. Vuillemin; E. Hellin; P. Péringer 

1998.  p. 210-212.


The Solar Energy Option for Water Detoxification through Photochemical-Biological Integrated Flow Reactors

J. Bandara; C. Pulgarin; J. Kiwi 


Selective Enrichment of Mixed Cultures Degrading Chlorobenzenes in Biofilters

C. Seignez; V. Patry; S. Grossenbacher; N. Adler; P. Péringer 

1997.  p. 501-504.

Interspecies Hydrogen Transfer and Production of Acetate in Methane Supressed Fermentation

J-P. Schwitzguébel; M. Talabardon; T. Etter; P. Péringer 

1997.  p. 393-396.

Effect of a Second Substrate on Xenobiotic Biodegradation in a Structured Packing Aerobic Fixed Bed Biofilm Reactor

A. Khlebnikov; P. Péringer; G. Ryhiner 

1997.  p. 237-240.


Xenobiotic degradation by specialised bacterial strain in a structured fixed bed biofilm reactor

A. Khlebnikov; G. Ryhiner; P. Péringer 

1996.  p. 1871-1877.

Xenobiotic Biodegradation by Specialised Bacterial Strain in a Structured Packing Fixed Bed Biofilm Reactor

A. Khlebnikov 

1996.  p. 18-22.

Photochemical Biological Integrated Flow Reactor for the Treatment of Recalcitrant Pollutants

J. Bandara; C. Pulgarin; P. Péringer; J. Kiwi 

1996.  p. 51-53.

Monitoring of a Cocurrent Upflow Bioreactor Using Pressure Drop Measurement

F. Samb 

1996.  p. 33-37.

Electrochemical vs. Photochemical Pretreatment of Industrial Wastewaters

P. Ribordy; C. Pulgarin; J. Kiwi; P. Péringer 

1996.  p. 293-302.

Degradation of Coumaric Acid, a Model Compound for Polyphenol Type Compounds via Advanced Oxidatin Technology

C. Pulgarin; P. Péringer; V. Nadtochenko; F. Herrera; J. Kiwi 

1996.  p. 257-263.

Biodegradation of p-toluenesulphonic acid by Comamonas testosteroni in an aerobic counter-current structured packing biofilm reactor

A. Khlebnikov; P. Péringer 

1996.  p. 128-135.

Advances in Titania and Other Oxides Active in the Degradation of Industrial Pollutants

J. Bandara; J. Kiwi; C. Pulgarin 

1996.  p. 94-96.

A structured packing aerobic fixed bed biofilm reactor for xenobiotic biodegradation

A. Khlebnikov; G. Ryhiner; P. Péringer 

1996.  p. 559-563.


Implications of the Photochemical Pretreatment Via Fe-ZSM-5 zeolite on the Biodegradability of 4-nitrophenol

C. Pulgarin; P. Péringer; P. Albers; J. Kiwi 

1995.  p. 407-410.

Fe-oxides Surface Complex Active in the Photodegradation of Biodegradation of Aminophenols

C. Pulgarin; J. Kiwi 

1995.  p. 403-406.

Biomethanation of Organic, Domestic Sorted Household Wastes

P. Péringer; J-P. Kradolfer; P. Koller; A. Villegas 

1995.  p. 170-176.

Benefical Effects of Photochemical and Electrochemical Pretreatment on Non-biodegradable Industrial Pollutants and Pesticides

J. Kiwi; C. Pulgarin 

1995.  p. 519-522.


Experimental study of biofilm formation on different carriers in sodium anthraquinone sulfonate biodegradation

M. Deront; N. Adler; M. Bokhamy; J-P. Kradolfer; P. Péringer 



Biomethanation of soy pulp in repeated fed-batch

P. Péringer; J-P. Kradolfer; J-P. Schwitzguébel; E. Raetz 

1993.  p. 553-562.


The Effect of Initial Carbon Concentration on Culture Growth and Betalain Biosynthesis in High Betacyanin-Yielding Cell Suspensions of Beta vulgaris L.

M. De Jesus; R. R. Leathers; J-P. Schwitzguébel; J-P. Zryd 

1992.  p. A10.